Making A Plan

Hospice strongly recommends that adults have a long-term healthcare plan in place. Why? Making your health care wishes known will end the worry of becoming a burden to your family. It will also eliminate any regrets or concerns about decisions…

In Search of Hope

By Michelle Gladu, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor   “It is hope which makes the shipwrecked sailor strike out with his arms in the midst of the sea, though no land is in sight.”                  …

Learn More About Hospice

Are you involved in a group or organization that would be interested in learning more about Hospice programs and services? At Hospice of Central New York, we are more than happy to help provide answers to your questions. We can…

Letting Go

I release my grip, from illusions of permanence, and drift in the freedom, of the ever-changing winds. Chris Advansun Following the death of a loved one, there can be so many different feelings to cope with. There is the ache…

Styles of Grieving

By Michelle Gladu, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor Those of us who counsel persons who are grieving understand that no two people will grieve a loss exactly the same way. There are many variations in grieving based on one’s personality, age and…

Hospice of CNY Seeking Nurses

If you are an RN please consider applying to Hospice of Central New York. Due to an unprecedented growth spurt Hospice is looking to hire nurses who want work in a great environment. Our nurses like what they do because…

Hospice Podcast: NY Connects

  As part of our series of podcasts about services offered by the Onondaga County Office of Aging, Host Bill Pfohl interviews Cathy DeMarzo who takes care of the NY Connects program. If you need information about long-term healthcare this podcast…

Coping with Caregiver’s Grief

For some caregivers the journey is not over with the death of their loved one. A caregiver’s grief may be very different because of the close relationship they had built with the person they took care of for weeks, months…

Hospice Cares for Patients

 

Hospice cares for the “whole” person. We do treat the symptoms associated with your disease. We are experts when it comes to pain management.  But there is more to hospice care than just that.